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Can yoga help cure anxiety, depression or PTSD?

A recent study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that while there are some promising benefits to using yoga, there isn't yet enough evidence to support the practice as a standalone solution for improving mental health and well-being. The post Can yoga help cure anxiety, depression or PTSD? appeared first on ThinkNaturalToday.com, Health News, News, Health Magazine, Health in Natural ways, Holistic Health, Yoga, Ayurveda.
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